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Roadford Lake
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Launceston
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Welcome to Roadford Lake campsite, an AA 2-Star graded site with panoramic views over the 740 acre lake. Ideal for the watersports enthusiast with windsurfing, sailing, rowing and kayaking – you can launch your own craft or hire from the centre. If you prefer to stay on land, there are beautiful walks and cycle trails at the lake as well as a licensed café, visitor centre and children’s play area across the water. Anglers are well catered for with boat and bank fishing facilities at this stocked brown trout location. There is an additional field available for scout groups. Roadford Lake is just off the A30 between Launceston and Okehampton on the Devon/Cornwall border. Access is via the Angling & Watersports Centre. Facilities: 40 standard pitches + 8 premium pitches (electric hook-ups and hard standing) Modern showers, wash up, disposal and recycling facilities, new undercover BBQ area. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.

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